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Exhibition of Fakes & Forgeries Opens in Zagreb

Exhibition Ljepota lažnog sjaja' opens

Exhibition Ljepota lažnog sjaja’ opens

An exhibition of fake and forged art work confiscated by the Croatian police has opened on Tuesday in the capital Zagreb…

The exhibition, titled ‘Ljepota lažnog sjaja’ (Beauty of fake shine), is being held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Zagreb (39 Savska street) and will feature counterfeit art seized by the police.

53 counterfeit paintings and 4 sculptures signed by renowned Croatian artists such as Edo Murtić, Ljubo Ivančić, Đuro Pulitika, Ivan Lacković Croata, Mersad Berber, Vasko Lipovac, Zlatko Prica, Dušan Džamonja and others are being exhibited. There will also be lectures and film screenings held.

Exhibition Ljepota lažnog sjaja' opens

The exhibition will run until 23 October and is open from 8:00 am to 16:00 pm during the week and from 9:00 am to 13:00 pm on weekends. Entry to the exhibition is free.

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